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Two new E4GDH resource guides: Finding the Evidence (Spanish) & Multilanguage tools for evidence based practice

We are pleased to announce our guide to resources for Global and Disaster Health is now available in Spanish, and we have a new guide on Multilanguage tools for evidence based practice.

8 May 2020 | Evidence for Global and Disaster Health

E4GDH & HBS webinar: Combating digital health inequality in the time of coronavirus

Coronavirus has highlighted as never before how being online is crucial to our lives. Those who most need support (including older and socially disadvantaged people) are least likely to be online. Community organisations, including libraries, have a crucial role in building digital inclusion and digital health literacy.

9 April 2020 | Evidence for Global and Disaster Health, COVID-19, Coronavirus

Finding the evidence: Coronavirus

Public Health England’s Knowledge and Library Services Team has collated this page of resources to help those working on the current coronavirus outbreak embed evidence-informed decision-making in their daily practice.

10 February 2020

IFLA WLIC 2020: our ‘increasing access to multi-language evidence’ lightning talk session.

Theme: "Engage, enable and connect in global and disaster health: increasing access to multi-language evidence". Our call for lightning talk proposals is now open, deadline: 16 March 2020.

10 February 2020 | Evidence for Global and Disaster Health

"Health Literacy": call for papers for our joint 2020 Satellite Meeting in Dublin

Health and Biosciences Libraries section and Evidence for Global and Disaster Health SIG are now inviting abstracts for our joint satellite meeting on 14 August in Dublin. We are delighted to be working with local partners The Health Sciences Libraries Group of the Library Association of Ireland.

7 February 2020 | Evidence for Global and Disaster Health

IFLA WLIC 2020: Joint 'Climate Change' session with WIL and ATINA

In partnership with the IFLA Women, Information and Libraries (WIL) Special Interest Group and the Access to Information Network – Africa (ATINA) SIG, we are inviting proposals for papers to be presented at our joint open session during the 2020 IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Dublin, Ireland.

1 February 2020

"Library Services for Open Science": 2019 Satellite Meeting presentations online.

Our joint satellite meeting with Science and Technology Libraries section took place in Vienna, Austria in August 2019 with an Open Science theme.

1 February 2020

Upcoming E4GDH webinar: Librarians are Essential - Advocating for a Seat at the Table

In our next E4GDH webinar (Thursday 8 August, 9.00 – 9.50 a.m. EDT), Siobhan Champ-Blackwell and Dr. Lenny Rhine will be discussing practical examples from across the globe of what library and information specialists are doing in the areas of advocacy, and in particular how these examples can be modelled for advocacy of libraries’ roles in disaster situations.

28 July 2019 | Evidence for Global and Disaster Health

E4GDH webinar: Librarian First Responders

During times of crisis, how can public libraries aid in disaster preparedness, response, and recovery? In our next E4GDH webinar (Thursday 14th March, 11.30 am – 12.30 am ET), Feili Tu-Keefner will be discussing her research into the role public librarians have played in times of crisis, and sharing lessons learnt.

6 March 2019

IFLA Satellite Meeting 2019: "Library Services for Open Science"

Science and Technology Libraries Section joint with Evidence for Global and Disaster Health (E4GDH) Special Interest Group are holding our preconference in Vienna, Austria. Do join us on 21 August!

28 February 2019

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